OpenStudy (justnick09):

Debate help

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

4. The professional storyteller tells stories with the goal of (1 point) meeting her audience. delivering a message to her audience. filling up time in her speech. All of the above 5. The successful communicator tells stories with the goal of (1 point) communicating a message. getting as many laughs as he or she can. reliving childhood memories everyone can relate to. None of the above 6. When telling stories to your audience, it is critical to have a (1 point) quick ending. prop to move the story along. resolution. joke to start off with. 7. It is vitally important that all your stories have a happy ending. (1 point) true false 8. Ideally, what one thing do you want your audience to be focusing on? (1 point) The synthesis of everything you have been saying The magnetic energy you are emanating What you are saying at that moment The next point you plan to make 9. When telling a story during a presentation, it is imperative that you (1 point) take time to describe the setting. make it really funny. make it about one of the people in the audience so they can relate. None of the above 10. Describing a physical setting is important when telling a story because (1 point) people do not have a map in front of them. it makes things less abstract and more memorable. most audiences lack imagination. it is more fun for you. 11. After you have described the setting and you are about to introduce new concepts, you have no choice but to (1 point) hope that everything turns out OK. make jokes to take the focus off of you. speed up to relay as much information as you can. slow down. 12. One reason to personalize your story is that (1 point) you have no other material. it is all about you, they came here to hear you speak, so give them what they want. if you lose your place you can just start making things up it makes it more interesting for your audience, and they will be able to relate to it better. 13. The nature of audiences is to have a much harder time understanding what you say versus what they read or study. (1 point) true false 14. The most important element of telling a story to flesh out your point to the audience is the use of (1 point) statistics. humor. dialogue. interesting slides. 15. When using dialogue and you introduce another character, you make your story (1 point) more confusing. more interesting. no different, really. a bit more boring. 16. Speaking in dialogue is a great tool because it puts you in the position as an all-powerful narrator. (1 point) true false 17. In order to sound less monotonous when telling a story, when you repeat the words that someone else said to you, you should (1 point) pause and hold up a sign saying whose voice you will be speaking in. change the tone of your voice. do nothing; let the audience figure it out. grab an audience member to read the dialogue. 18. By expressing emotion in your speech you make people (1 point) give you sympathy. forget about their problems. understand how you feel about events you experience. irritated; don't do this. 19. According to what you have read, one drawback of using emotion in your presentation is if you (1 point) start to cry. forget what you are talking about. become over-sentimental or sappy. None of the above 20. Never use passion in your speech; you will be looked at as unprofessional and it will be help against you. (1 point) true false 21. If you intend to use humor in your speech and decide to tell a joke, you should (1 point) act like it is a the funniest joke ever told. have a personal connection to the joke. laugh loudly so that the audience will follow your lead. preface it by saying that it is a joke so that people will not be confused. 22. You should not use humor that is not specific to some point you are trying to make. (1 point) true false

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

I'll help you out~

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

yessss thnk u

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Sorry it's taking a bit, just a sec.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

its ok

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

4. All of the above 5. communicating a message. 6. resolution. 7. false 8. The next point you plan to make 9. None of the above 10. it makes things less abstract and more memorable. 11. slow down. 12. it makes it more interesting for your audience, and they will be able to relate to it better. 13. false 14. statistics. 15. more interesting. 16. false 17. change the tone of your voice. 18. understand how you feel about events you experience. 19. None of the above 20. false 21. preface it by saying that it is a joke so that people will not be confused. 22. true Sorry it took so long!

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

r u sure there correct?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Yep :) I'm studying things like this too.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

ok thnk u

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

No problem :)

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

i got a 11/20

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

@SongHeeTaeUnni

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

@SongHeeTaeUnni

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

11/20? Hmmm... Okay hang on let me look over the answers.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Does it tell you what you got wrong and right?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

yes...

2 years ago
OpenStudy (justnick09):

my grades a D now

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Okay which ones were wrong

2 years ago
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